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Expert says Antigua unlikely to gain entire $3.4 billion in WTO dispute

Antigua & Barbuda, which has requested $3.4 billion in compensation from the U.S. after winning a WTO dispute over Internet gambling, most likely will have to settle for a much smaller amount according to John Jackson, an international economics law expert and professor at Georgetown University Law Center.

Antigua gets Caricom support on Internet gambling

International News Brief: Antigua & Barbuda said it has gained the full support of fellow Caricom member states in its on going Internet gambling dispute with the United States.

U.S. faces seven compensation claims in WTO online gambling case

Casino City has confirmed that seven compensation claims have been filed against the U.S. in its ongoing WTO online gambling case with Antigua and Barbuda.

Industry reaction to WTO compensation claims muted

While the compensation claims filed by Antigua, the European Union, Japan and India against the U.S. government have made headlines in mainstream media, industry experts don't expect any of the claims to change the U.S. government's stance on Internet gambling.

Antigua claims $3.4 bln from U.S. over gambling ban

International News Brief: Antigua and Barbuda said it's entitled to $3.44 billion in compensation from the U.S. in a World Trade Organization dispute over an American ban on Internet gambling.

Antigua tells US prepare for frustration in WTO battle

International News Brief: The US effort to withdraw from its World Trade Organisation (WTO) obligation to grant market access to online gambling countries may drag on for years, Antigua & Barbuda’s Attorney Mark Mendel said.

Antigua & Barbuda heat up fight against US

International News Brief: Antigua & Barbuda has called on the 150 members of the World Trade Organisation to file claims for compensation against the United States, the latest move in its trade dispute with the US over Internet gambling.

Keeping out legal gambling

The biggest news over the last few years for Internet gambling has been the attempt by many governments to keep out foreign legal operators.

WTO decides against US online gaming ban

Antigua's original triumph in April 2005 is reaffirmed in a recent report, with the WTO panel decisively ruling that the US has done nothing to comply with the original ruling.

Will the WTO ruling will affect U.S. Internet gambling policy?

Last week, the World Trade Organization ruled that the United States was violating the General Agreement on Trade and Services (GATS) by allowing Americans to make interstate bets on horse races over the phone or on the Internet with American racebooks while denying qualified foreign entities access to the U.S. market for the same services.

UK sympathetic with Antigua

International News Brief: Britain is sympathetic to Antigua's complaint to the World Trade Organisation over the United States' decision to effectively ban online gaming, according to UK sports minister Richard Caborn.

Antigua protests US anti-gaming law

International News Brief: Antigua and Barbuda's Minister of Finance has expressed shock and dismay at the passage by Congress of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006.

WTO Investigates US Betting Row

International News Brief: A new panel is to investigate whether US restrictions on internet gambling breach world trade rules.

US Cracks Down on Antigua Internet Gambling Operation

International News Brief: One of the key persons indicted was Gary Kaplan, founder of the site. A US resident who had been arrested in 1992 for illegal sports betting, he later moved his operations to Aruba and then Antigua.

Caribbean Nation Pushing for Talks With U.S. Over Internet Gambling Restrictions

International News Brief: In a document made public on Tuesday, the twin island Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda pressed for discussions with the United States over its restrictions on Internet gambling.

Antigua, Barbuda Hits Back at US Laws

International News Brief: The tiny Caribbean island state of Antigua and Barbuda has taken the first steps to haul the US back before the world trade court in a long-running dispute over internet gambling.

U.S. Ignores WTO Ruling on Internet Gambling

International News Brief: The United States has apparently ignored an April 3 deadline imposed by the World Trade Organization to stop discriminating against Internet casinos based in foreign countries.

US Complacent in WTO Ruling

The US today revealed nothing about progress made in almost a year regarding compliance with the WTO’s 2005 ruling on Antigua’s online gambling industry.

Antigua Blasts US Law

International News Brief: Antigua on Friday blasted the United States over what the tiny Caribbean island state said were moves to ensure it could not build up its fragile economy through revenues from Internet gambling services.

Antigua Protests US Move to Bar Internet

International News Brief: Tiny Antigua protested on Friday new U.S. efforts to outlaw Internet gambling and complained the United States had done nothing to implement a World Trade Organization ruling against current restrictions.

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